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Re: Motif..for Baby afghan
Posted by: Mother Hen (IP Logged)
Date: July 18, 2009 06:50PM

Mrsjah ,
Your pattern question sounds like the Granny Square round 1 instruction.
Look at this site and see if it looks like the pattern you are making.
This pattern uses a ch3 between groups, yours is using a ch2 .
I think the pictures and checking the stitch placements will make you say " Oh now I see It "

Now to answer your question about the chain 2 >
Yes you will make a ch2 to join at the end of the row.

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  Motif..for Baby afghan mrsjah1003 07/18/2009 04:10PM
  Re: Motif..for Baby afghan Mother Hen 07/18/2009 06:50PM
  Re: Motif..for Baby afghan mrsjah1003 07/18/2009 08:03PM


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